Unassimilated by Michael Benzehabe

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"The appeal of Michael Benzehabe’s debut novel—featuring Zoe Mousa, an Israeli-born software engineer raised in a small town in Iran—is in its unconventionality. In a genre category inundated by androcentric and Americanocentric storylines, Mousa’s unique perspective is like a breath of fresh air."
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Very imperfect people can save us--people like Zoe. Zoe Mousa was an orphaned Jew raised in a Muslim household. An odd arrangement, but they loved her and she loved them. Eventually, she saved them the way they saved her.
 

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Published August 16, 2016 by Shema Publishing Company. 303 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction. Fiction
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BlueInk Review

Above average
on Sep 27 2016

"The appeal of Michael Benzehabe’s debut novel—featuring Zoe Mousa, an Israeli-born software engineer raised in a small town in Iran—is in its unconventionality. In a genre category inundated by androcentric and Americanocentric storylines, Mousa’s unique perspective is like a breath of fresh air."

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